Every once in a while, comes an ad that shakes you up, give goosebumps- goosebumps of joy and delight. And draws you to watch it, again and again! This cleverly made ad, without a doubt, gets my vote for it as the ad of the year. Join me in enjoying this beautifully made ad, with an enigmatic smile, a nudge, and a fast paced ending! Kudos to #audi The #audi#advertisement that says it all: The lady’s monalisa smile keeps you guessing till the very end ; and the ad doesn’t say a word, yet says it all. Hurrah for the women of Saudi Arabia, and hurrah for #women the world over… Lets grab our #audi s too, and revel in the taste of freedom behind the wheel. Let the #audi take all women places, give them wings, to wherever they want to fly! Regards Aina Rao, the ambling indian www.amblingindian.com – Quirky reads on India and...
On the days that I am really down, when nothing seems to work in the office, when people act difficult and the superiors refuse to give even a minute of their so very precious time, or when things just generally don’t work at all, there is nothing better than being able to come home and retreat into my own reading ... Read More
IITians and the B.PAC group A good day. Met many fellow IITians, all of who had congregated at the B.PAC event in Bangalore, many of whom are from my vintage, and even better to know, are thinking of me. Baffled by the great governance (or lack of "it", not of the IT-information technology kind )in Bangalore, a group of prominent ... Read More
Ageing is like being at a point in time when a lot of water has flown under the bridge, and you feel that you have just woken up from a deep state of slumber to realise that your feet are soaking wet. There is not much you can do, but to dry them in the sun, and hope that no ... Read More
Karma may be a force, invisible, though, more powerful than any other in this world. Karma, I think, is the lord and destiny it's slave. The wondrous part is, we only see the slave -our destiny, and woo it, hoping it will favour us someday when the reins reside elsewhere. Regards, The Amblingindian - Aina Rao ... Read More